GLONO hosts Dirty Pretty Things for a day in Chicago and gives them an authentic tour of the Windy City with vintage clothes shopping in Wicker Park, hotdogs, and a dip in the great Lake Michigan. Oh, and the band put on a hell of a show…
Stream Neil Young’s new video for “After the Garden” (Win, QT) off his latest album Living With War.
Determined to get out and see the world, singer songwriter Tim Easton purposely wrote songs he could play alone. As a GLONO exclusive video, we have three that cover Politics, Religion and good old clean Entertainment.
New video for “Woke Up New” by the Mountain Goats, from Get Lonely. Update: high-quality version (30MB) made available by the director. Previously: MP3.
Live at Schubas in Chicago, Philly’s own Marah go “acoustic” and GLONO’s there. Get your soul on with live version of “The Catfisherman” and “Walt Whitman Bridge” as the brothers Bielanko show you just how loud an acoustic guitar can be.
Legendary Chicago band The Blacks blew open the No Depression scene with gender bending stage shows and genre twisting music. Here, we present a feature article and mini-documentary on the newly reunited band who traveled dark roads and ultimately got lost.
In this exclusive GLONO video feature, we caught orchestral popster Chris Mills at the Hideout in Chicago. There are two songs on the clip, including an as yet unreleased beauty.
Has anybody else noticed that “Insistor” by current indie darlings Tapes ‘N Tapes sounds a lot like Quasar Wut-Wut? Check out “Enola Gay” in particular. Even their video looks like a Quasar video. Or is it just me?
This week’s GLONO video feature stars Detroit’s Deadstring Brothers, recorded live in Chicago last winter. Recently signed to Bloodshot Records, the band is making a name for itself with gritty, explosive live shows and an album that gives more than a passing nod to everyone’s favorite Glimmer Twin party.
From the fine folks of Bedazzled: two Kool-Aid Commercials (1, 2) featuring the Monkees and Bugs Bunny. Video: Monkees Kool-Aid commercials Via Monkees Live Almanac. Updated 6/15/2018.